Highlights of updates across Compass' topic areas:
- Our profile of older adults in Minnesota has been updated with new data on income, poverty, disability, obesity, diabetes, health care coverage, home ownership, housing cost burden, educational attainment, and employment.
- Compared to the statewide average, prevalence of disability is nearly two to three times higher among:
- Since 2008, prevalence of disability has increased among:
- The most common disability type among school-aged kids (5-17) and working-age adults (18-64) involves limitations in cognitive functioning. This refers to serious difficulty in concentrating, remembering, or making decisions due to a physical, mental, or emotional condition.
- The most common disability type among older adults (65+) involves ambulatory limitations, or serious difficulty walking or climbing stairs.
Children and youth profiles
- Profiles of Minnesota's children and youth have been updated with new data on nativity, health insurance coverage, poverty, and family type. This includes profiles for:
GDP per capita
- Statewide, prevalence of obesity is lower among:
- Prevalence of diagnosed diabetes tends to:
This represents a selection of data updated on the site. Click the links and use the gray breakdown bar to navigate to more new data in each topic area.
Updated November 2017